Mustangs. Pride of the American West and American

January 12, 2014 - East Jordan, Michigan, United States

This review is from: Born Wild - The Soul of a Horse (Paperback) January 12, 2014

I really enjoyed reading this book. I was given this book free from netgalley for a review on my perspective of this book.
Born Wild by Joe CampA tale of a novice horsemen who got more than he bargained for after entering the arena of horsemanship. Can you imagine being a novice around horses and decide to tackle the biggest challenge of any professional horseman, bonding with horses  who have never been touched by human hands.

Horses have a special magical power that just draws humans to them. It doesn't get better than this. Meeting and bonding with real mustangs, straight out of the wild. The author tells his story about the journey of ownership of horses and mustangs and information that is kept from the public eye to cover up animal cruelty.I sympthesize with the author and his views within this book. I agree that there is a better way to deal with the mustang herds. I don't want to give away to much.

If you like horses, this book is for you. The book has many focal points with positives and negatives. The author adresses many view points, from variety of people and sources. A well thought out book and I love all the extra personal touches Joe adds to this book. A must read.
Melissa W.

 


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